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Dizziness, headaches, imbalance, loss of consciousness. On medications for vertigo, migraine. Treatment?

my wife is 45 she is suffering from seviour dizziness and headech she dizziness starts in evening and its so serious that she cant walk even and she is in uncounsious type for 24 hours and after recovery she feels very unhealthy and she forgets the period of dizziness the medicins for vertigo and migrine and spondulise is going on now the atack period is in one month gap before it was 8 days
Asked On : Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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Your wife seems to be having a more serious problem apart from the vertigo and migraine. Please get her CT scan or MRI of the brain done to rule out any organic brain damage.

It is not a good sign for someone to fall dizzy and lose consciousness for long hours. It is better if a Neurologist evaluates her as well. An EEG of the brain may also be required.

Please follow my suggestions and move ahead accordingly. Do not 'wait and watch' now.

I hope this helps you. I wish your wife a quick recovery.

Answered: Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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